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Small Beer Press
150 Pleasant St., #306
Easthampton, MA 01027
t/f: 413.203-1636

Translation rights:

  • Kelly Link
  • All other titles:
    Whitney Lee
    The Fielding Agency, LLC.
    269 South Beverly Drive, #341
    Beverly Hills, CA 90212


Interns, Volunteers, &c. without whom we'd be nothing:

Summer 2008 - present: Danielle Baldassini, Kendall Diane Richmond, Anna Brenner
Spring 2008 - present: Sara Majka
Summer 2005 - present: Michael J. Deluca

We are always looking for motivated self-starter-types for publishing internships. Our informal program features hands-on experience in book publishing and requires a commitment of 12 weeks (1 semester) of 5-10 hours per week in our office. This, sadly does not pay. But then, neither does the internship.

We are always interested in website help.

We have a full-size platen press in a dusty garage with no electricity. If this excites you and you want to work on it, contact us.

We are also always hoping for chefs, bakers, gardeners(!) and so on and on. We are seriously interested in more translations -- especially of Angelica Gorodischer. However, we are monolingual (sorry) which makes the editorial process difficult. If you are a grad student looking for a translation project which may be of interest to us, we recommend Gorodischer's Trafalgar and Prodiges.

Previously fantastic amounts of help were provided by:

Diane Kelly, Vanessa Scott, Gabrielle Mos, Ariel Franklin-Hudson, Gwyneth Merner, Caitlin Beck, Erik Gallant, Heidi Smith, Lauren Rile Smith, Jedediah Berry, Julia Botero, Margaret Kinney, Katherine Duckett, Anna Katherine Sears


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